The New Jersey lawsuit could offer new options for those damaged by bogus gay-conversion schemes.
The Rev. Ann Kansfield will be the New York City Fire Department’s first openly gay and first female chaplain.
From Masters of Sex to Mom, the single Spy star loves playing dowdy prudes and chic vixens. In real life, playing house with a gay friend might be just her style.
The state’s particular religious composition means its new LGBT nondiscrimination law, including religious carve-outs, may not be applicable elsewhere.
Frank Mugisha brings the fight against oppression to America.
Bureaucracy and deliberate attempts to block prevention techniques are slowing down Los Angeles’s ability to disseminate PrEP.
The response to Indiana’s RFRA version 1.0 was swift and decisive, and it tells a new story about corporate power and equal rights.
Thanks to Indiana, we can be sure LGBT rights will be a major issue in next year's presidential contest.
How the religious right is conspiring to put discrimination back into law.
Loretta Lynch is finally confirmed by the Senate as Eric Holder's replacement. The Advocate spoke with the outgoing attorney general on marriage equality, the progressive agenda, and the future of civil rights.